Woman Stalked, Shot And Killed In Philadelphia, $20K Reward Offered

PHILADELPHIA — New video reveals a person stalking a teenage woman earlier than taking pictures and killing her in Philadelphia over the weekend, and a $20,000 reward is accessible for data resulting in her killers arrest and conviction.

The obvious focused taking pictures occurred at about 8:51 p.m. Sunday on the 5300 block of Horrocks Street within the Frankford neighborhood.

Police had been known as to the world for a taking pictures and located a 17-year-old woman affected by a gunshot wounds to the chest.

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The woman, recognized as Teryn Johnson of the 1500 block of Van Kirk Street, was rushed to Temple University Hospital, the place she was pronounced lifeless at 9:16 p.m.

Police didn’t discover a weapon on the scene and are searching for her killer.

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There isn’t any description of the gunman, who’s depicted within the video above.

Video reveals the shooter and a getaway automotive stalk Johnson earlier than the taking pictures.

The car concerned is a darkish Dodge Challenger, and it waited for Johnson to stroll previous.

In the video, the gunman may be seen ready behind a van for Johnson.

The shooter then fired a number of occasions, putting Johnson

If you see this suspect, don’t method them and as an alternative contact 911 instantly.

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If you may have any details about this crime or this suspect, contact the Homicide Unit:215-686-3334 or 215-686-3335.

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